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The Resource The Noun Phrase in Classical Latin Prose

The Noun Phrase in Classical Latin Prose

Label
The Noun Phrase in Classical Latin Prose
Title
The Noun Phrase in Classical Latin Prose
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The Noun Phrase in Classical Latin Prose offers an account of the semantic and syntactic properties of nouns and modifiers and their ordering within the noun phrase
Member of
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Spevak, Olga
Dewey number
  • 475.54
  • 475/.54
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Latin language
Label
The Noun Phrase in Classical Latin Prose
Instantiates
Publication
Note
7. Expressions of Possession
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface; Abbreviations; Chapter One. The Noun and Its Modifiers; 1. Introduction; 2. The Noun; 2.1. Parameters for a Description of Nouns; 2.2. Specific -- Generic -- Referential; 2.3. The Typology of Nouns; 2.3.1. First-Order Entities; 2.3.2. Second-Order Entities; 2.3.3. Third-Order Entities; 2.4. Noun Valency; 2.4.1. Nouns Belonging to the First Order of Entities; 2.4.2. Verbal Nouns Expressing Actions and States; 2.4.3. Nouns Expressing the Result of an Action or a Process; 3. Modifiers; 3.1. The Types of Modifiers; 3.2. The Frequency of Modifiers
  • 3.3. The Typology of Modifiers and Hierarchic Levels3.4. Determiners, Quantifiers, and Identifiers; 3.4.1. Combinability of Determiners; 3.4.2. Interrogative, Anaphoric, and Demonstrative Pronouns; 3.4.3. Indefinite Pronouns; 3.4.4. Quantifiers; 3.5. Adjectives; 3.5.1. Semantic Properties of Adjectives; 3.5.2. Syntactic Behaviour of Adjectives; 3.6. Genitive Complements; 3.6.1. Subjective and Objective Genitives; 3.6.2. Possessive Genitives; 3.6.3. Other Genitive Complements; 3.7. Dative, Ablative, and Accusative Complements; The Dative; The Ablative; The Accusative
  • 3.8. Prepositional Phrases3.9. Embedded Predications; 4. Conclusions; Chapter Two. The Noun Phrase; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Pragmatic Functions of Noun Phrases and Their Components; 1.2. Values of Modifiers; 1.2.1. Semantic Prominence; 1.2.2. Adjectives; 1.2.3. Genitives; 1.3. The Referent; 1.3.1. Genitives: Specific vs. Generic Referent; 1.3.2. Noun Phrases: The Contextual Status of the Referent; 1.4. Special Arrangements; 1.5. The Placement of Modifiers: Problems of Analysis; 1.5.1. A Brief Overview of the State of Research; 1.5.2. The Aim and the Method Adopted
  • 1.5.3. Distribution of Nouns in a Specific Corpus1.6. An Overview of the Nouns Examined; 2. Quantifying a Referent; 2.1. Count Nouns; 2.1.1. Non-Numerical Quantifiers; 2.1.2. Omnis and totus; 2.1.3. Numerical Quantifiers; 2.1.4. Nominal Quantifiers; 2.2. Non-Count Nouns; 2.2.1. Non-Numerical Quantifiers; 2.2.2. Nominal Quantifiers; 2.2.3. Adverbs and Neuters; 2.2.4. Omnis; 2.2.5. Religio and memoria; Conclusions; 3. Specifying a Referent; 3.1. Classifying Adjectives; 3.1.1. Ager and pecunia; 3.1.2. Navis and dies; 3.1.3. Miles and bellum; 3.1.4. Other Entities
  • 3.2. Adjectives Derived from Proper Names3.2.1. First-Order Entities; 3.2.2. Bellum; Conclusions; 4. Describing a Referent; 4.1. Inanimate Concrete Entities; 4.2. Animate Entities; 4.2.1. Vir and viros; 4.2.2. Miles; 4.2.3. Other Entities; Conclusions; 5. Evaluating a Referent; 5.1. Attribution of an Abstract Quality; 5.1.1. Vir; 5.1.2. Ablative and Genitive of Quality; 5.1.3. Second-Order Entities; 5.1.4. Third-Order Entities; 5.2. Evaluations of Extent or Importance; Conclusions; 6. Identifying a Referent; 6.1. Adjectives Expressing a Relative Position; 6.2. Ordinal Numerals; Conclusions
Control code
ocn869641452
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (393 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004264427
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)869641452
Label
The Noun Phrase in Classical Latin Prose
Publication
Note
7. Expressions of Possession
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface; Abbreviations; Chapter One. The Noun and Its Modifiers; 1. Introduction; 2. The Noun; 2.1. Parameters for a Description of Nouns; 2.2. Specific -- Generic -- Referential; 2.3. The Typology of Nouns; 2.3.1. First-Order Entities; 2.3.2. Second-Order Entities; 2.3.3. Third-Order Entities; 2.4. Noun Valency; 2.4.1. Nouns Belonging to the First Order of Entities; 2.4.2. Verbal Nouns Expressing Actions and States; 2.4.3. Nouns Expressing the Result of an Action or a Process; 3. Modifiers; 3.1. The Types of Modifiers; 3.2. The Frequency of Modifiers
  • 3.3. The Typology of Modifiers and Hierarchic Levels3.4. Determiners, Quantifiers, and Identifiers; 3.4.1. Combinability of Determiners; 3.4.2. Interrogative, Anaphoric, and Demonstrative Pronouns; 3.4.3. Indefinite Pronouns; 3.4.4. Quantifiers; 3.5. Adjectives; 3.5.1. Semantic Properties of Adjectives; 3.5.2. Syntactic Behaviour of Adjectives; 3.6. Genitive Complements; 3.6.1. Subjective and Objective Genitives; 3.6.2. Possessive Genitives; 3.6.3. Other Genitive Complements; 3.7. Dative, Ablative, and Accusative Complements; The Dative; The Ablative; The Accusative
  • 3.8. Prepositional Phrases3.9. Embedded Predications; 4. Conclusions; Chapter Two. The Noun Phrase; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Pragmatic Functions of Noun Phrases and Their Components; 1.2. Values of Modifiers; 1.2.1. Semantic Prominence; 1.2.2. Adjectives; 1.2.3. Genitives; 1.3. The Referent; 1.3.1. Genitives: Specific vs. Generic Referent; 1.3.2. Noun Phrases: The Contextual Status of the Referent; 1.4. Special Arrangements; 1.5. The Placement of Modifiers: Problems of Analysis; 1.5.1. A Brief Overview of the State of Research; 1.5.2. The Aim and the Method Adopted
  • 1.5.3. Distribution of Nouns in a Specific Corpus1.6. An Overview of the Nouns Examined; 2. Quantifying a Referent; 2.1. Count Nouns; 2.1.1. Non-Numerical Quantifiers; 2.1.2. Omnis and totus; 2.1.3. Numerical Quantifiers; 2.1.4. Nominal Quantifiers; 2.2. Non-Count Nouns; 2.2.1. Non-Numerical Quantifiers; 2.2.2. Nominal Quantifiers; 2.2.3. Adverbs and Neuters; 2.2.4. Omnis; 2.2.5. Religio and memoria; Conclusions; 3. Specifying a Referent; 3.1. Classifying Adjectives; 3.1.1. Ager and pecunia; 3.1.2. Navis and dies; 3.1.3. Miles and bellum; 3.1.4. Other Entities
  • 3.2. Adjectives Derived from Proper Names3.2.1. First-Order Entities; 3.2.2. Bellum; Conclusions; 4. Describing a Referent; 4.1. Inanimate Concrete Entities; 4.2. Animate Entities; 4.2.1. Vir and viros; 4.2.2. Miles; 4.2.3. Other Entities; Conclusions; 5. Evaluating a Referent; 5.1. Attribution of an Abstract Quality; 5.1.1. Vir; 5.1.2. Ablative and Genitive of Quality; 5.1.3. Second-Order Entities; 5.1.4. Third-Order Entities; 5.2. Evaluations of Extent or Importance; Conclusions; 6. Identifying a Referent; 6.1. Adjectives Expressing a Relative Position; 6.2. Ordinal Numerals; Conclusions
Control code
ocn869641452
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (393 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004264427
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)869641452

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